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is changing...we will tell you how and the san jose state men's basketball team did not start last night's game we will tell you what happend. update news starts now... hello and welcome to update news... i'm ingrid almaraz. and i'm melody gnzales... thanks for joining us. we have a developing story regarding the san jose state men's basketball team. just before the start of thursday night's game against the university of texas at san antonio...the events center roof began leaking. rain drops splashed onto the basketball court. staff members attempted to cover up the leaks which were coming in from several spots. there was even an attempt to cover the roof. but school officials deemed the court too dangerous for game play. according to spartan athletics it will be up to the wac conference front office whether the game will be replayed. we'll have more about the basketball team coming up on sports later in this newscast. the african- american studies department is going to be experiencing some big changes next year. update news' reporter tiffani tofani says while the decades old program w
of the homeless population in san jose. >> cardinals celebrate sunday mass before beginning the conclave to elect a new pope. i'm randall pinkston in vatican city with the story coming up. >> and the gun control debate continues. a big response to the gun buyback in the east bay and a new bill that may let one community decide whether it wants to have gun shows. >> it's 8:30, sunday march 10th. thank you for joining us. i'm ann. it's 830 tomb, not 930time. >> if you wake up in a shock, we have the spring forward, i have done it before. make the call -- an apology. i'm film matire. welcome back. -- i'm phil matiere. >> final preparations are made for the conclave. there is no clear front runner. let's go to randall pinkston joining us from vatican city with more. good morning, randall. >> reporter: good morning. there is a lot of excitement and anticipation as cardinals prepare to go into the conclave on tuesday. the past six days, they're having what is known as general congregation, meeting, discussing church affairs, finance and management and the qualities they want in a new pope. today, the c
discovered programs in place at most of the nation's major airports. including sfo, oakland and san jose, where airport specialists can shoot and kill birds that pose a risk of colliding with aircraft taking off or landing. >> as soon as we are finding planes and birds are flying, there will be a conflict. >> a qualified biologist, he serves as a wild life biologist with the fish and wild life service in sacramento. they issue permits to shoot and kill birds but only after everything else has failed to scare off the birds. >> when dealing with a bird. we want lethal removal to the the last option t we want it to be a direct threat to human health and safety. >> at sfo, there's been 211 bird collisions in the last two years, up significantly. and in oakland international. 115 and where just this january, they began using live ammunition to shoot birds the faa recorded 114 collisions, down from the previous two years. >>> and during the first month and a half of the program. wild life officers killed a dozen birds at sjc and in oakland, they report shoots less than 100 a month, or 1200 bir
going above the average today. a look outside. san jose nice and single any. 47 degrees in san jose's 408k race today. i'll have your forecast for san jose and the rest of the bay area next. >> thank you, lisa. also next, the marin county community, the setting for a new abc ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> which have a little bit of developing news there. are three separate power outages in napa affecting about 3,000 customers. it happened about a half-hour or so ago. pg&e is trying to term the cause. it's not likely to be wind, is it, lisa? >> no. the winds are going to back off a little bit today. we had those at our beaches today. just in the upper 50s there. live doppler 7hd right now showing that all is clear. in fact, of course, you heard that januar
in concord. 73 for napa. low 70s santa rosa. down into the south bay san jose you're checking in at 70 degrees. 69 in mountain view. 71 as we go inland for livermore. 70s for concord as well. the extended forecast as we get through today it's going to be a nice one and then tomorrow just as nice. but the warming trend continuing the over night lows will begin to bump up the afternoon highs will continue as well. by wednesday it looks like we peak 76 degrees temperatures in the afternoon. we remain dry on thursday and it looks like the try pattern will continue into the weekend. >>> a modern twist on an age old process. how social media is playing a role in the process of finds a new pope and what is being done at the vatican now to keep technology out. >>> hundreds of couples stay parked in a public display of affection. >>> but let's take you outside. a live look at 101 in san francisco. reminder if you are driving in san francisco today, part of the embarcadero will be closed from the ballpark down toward fish -- down toward fisherman's wharf. time now is 7:10. >>> welcome back on th
san jose le diremos qué hcaer si su cointratista no lo respeta. >> sepa cual el enfoque de este evnto que se llevo a cabo en redbux city. >> detalles de las elecciones de venezuela enseguida. >> ♪. ♪. ♪. >> e hora del noticiero más premiado en el área de la bahia, noticias univisión 14 fin de semana. >> gracias por acompañrnos en noticias univisión 14, les saluda con el gustyo de todos los días, ramon adame el programa de acción diferida sigue siendo una forma de calificar a los jóvenes, este tarde se tuvo un evento para todos los jóvenes, flavio te escuhamos adelante. >> alli precisamente los exponedores hbalron àra que los jóvenes sepande la acción diferida y que esten listos para ingresar a un colegio cmunitario. >> en redbux city formaron el dream club para ayudar, educar e infoamr a otros jóvenes. >> mis padres me trajeron de méxico cuando yo tenía 5 años. >> hasta poco se dieron cuentan que eran indocumentados. >> me di cuenta casi al final de mi highschool. >> en el dream club se realizan eventos para financiar la ayuda a los jóvenes y apoyar por una refo
in san jose tonight, "abc 7 news." >> oakland residents and officials met at a public safety forum to build bridges between the community and police. mayoral jean quan participated in the entire four hour townhall. they brainstormed and came up with suggestions to improve safety and community policing. one man said this scene of people working together happens all the time in oakland. >> that is the bright side of oakland. there does exist a bright side and there does exist a group of people that care about the community and who are just as involved in the community as any other city in the bay area. >> oakland officials say there will be another townhall meeting before the end of the month sxl. another effort to get weapons off the streets of solano county. they took in 344 weapons ranging from shotguns to a military rocket launcher. every gun turned in was exchanged for either cash or gift cards. people had different reasons for turning in their weapons. >> you can get grocery or gas. the most important thing is getting the guns off the street. >> i got cash for grandkids and a c
of the current numbers. santa rosa, 63. san jose 59. livermore currently reporting clear skies and a temperature of 60 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight, mostly clear and breezy. tomorrow, more sunshine. we'll continue to warm things up a bit and the extended forecast, a nice, warm pattern and no rain clouds on the five- day forecast and beyond. as far as overnight lows, first thing tomorrow morning, we're going to talk about the cold numbers. some areas near freezing in santa rosa, downtown san francisco mid 40s, and san jose, right around 40 degrees. our old system, remember this moved into the area on thursday, producing the cloud cover and some rain showers. this is way out to the east and dry weather pattern developing out here as high pressure continues to strengthen, pushing the storm track to our north. we started the warming trend and will continue for sunday, monday, and tuesday. by midweek, the warmest locations approaching the mid 70s and the upper 70s. that's how warm it's going to be. a dry week ahead. our forecast models showing you 30s and 40s. a lot of 40s out there and 30
in the 30s and 40s this morning. we'll warm it up up to about the 50s. 37 in santa rosa and san jose, 32-degree, livermore, 38. we've got a nice day on tap for the bay area. today we get highs in the 60s. but the high will migrate closer to the shoreline. as it does, we'll warm well into the 70s this week. the numbers won't set record highs but it will be plenty warm. and the futurecast for today shows a few little watches of clouds stuck to the peninsula. aside are the that, as time marchs on, the clouds melt and we look at a sunny day today. a few clouds drift in later in the day for monday, but for monday, sunday lives up to its name. it looks mighty nice. if you're headed out of the bay area, a few clouds in the central valley. 57 at lake ha -- tahoe. 69 at oakland and 67 in mountain view. extended forecast, sunshine all over the place for the bay area with readings warming into the mid-70s midweek. by next weekend, we'll cool it off a little bit with numbers coming back down into the upper 60s range, but there's not a drop of rain. are we g
victim in the south bay. dozens of people came to guadalupe parks in san jose to remember the city's murder victim. cheryl herd is live with the story. >> reporter: this is an upscale neighborhood and a place where people come to relax and feel safe. everyone is in shock over what happened. a dozen family members came here this afternoon with teddy bears and flowers marking the spot where eric wright's body was found stabbed to death. an acquaintance was at the scene and he was arrested because he is a prime suspect. this is especially upsetting because eric was trying to turn his life around. >> this is really heartbreaking for me. he was some one of my best cousins and for him to be taken in such a tragic death, i'm very upset. >> he wasn't no coward. he stayed strong through all of the stuff that he went through in life and he's going to be all right now and the guy that did this to him, like mommy said, she just wants you to sit there and realize what life you took from us. you know what i'm saying? you took a valuable life from us. >> reporter: wright is the seventh murder in
. >> they hired the guard in january because of the crime spike. according to the san jose police department, property crimes city-wide are up, nearly 30%. in 2012 auto thefts also jumped up 71%. in the meantime the city's police department continues to struggle with staffing levels. currently there are the 78 officers. five years ago there were 1400. >> that's probably number one. more police officers. patrolling. >> he did not want to be identified. his neighborhood home was burglarized recently. he, like so many others, want more police officers on the streets and now his neighborhood is also taking action. >> with the police department stretched sole thin, the eden neighborhood association has started a volunteer neighborhood watch program. >> retirees patrol the streetsdalely. the mayor released his budget message and plans to hire 100 more officers this year. a point he stressed at the state of the city address last month. >> my priority for the coming here will be public safety. >> but the police officers union doesn't buy it. they say residents are the ones hardest hit. >> they are p
of the crime spike. according to the san jose police department, property crimes city-wide are up, nearly 30%. in 2012 auto thefts also jumped up 71%. in the meantime the city's police department continues to struggle with staffing levels. currently there are the 78 -- nine hundred seventy eight officers and a year ago that were fourteen hundred. >> that's probably number one -- more police officers. patrolling. >> he did not want to be identified. his neighborhood home was burglarized recently. he, like so many others, want more police officers on the streets and now his neighborhood is also taking action. >> with the police department stretched so thin, the eden neighborhood association has started a volunteer neighborhood watch program. >> retirees patrol the streets daily. the mayor released his budget message and plans to hire 100 more officers this year. a point he stressed at the state of the city address last month. >> my priority for the coming here will be public safety. >> but the police officers union doesn't buy it. they say residents are the ones hardest hit. >> they are paying
the warriors continue their seven game home stand against the new york knicks on monday night.>> the san jose sharks looked to rebound from wednesdays loss as they hosted the saint louis blues at the shark tank. it was a tightly contested game that headed into overtime. but in the end it only took 72 seconds for saint louis to score and take home the win. scott gomez had a goal and an assist for the sharks. this is the ninth time in the last eleven games that the sharks have lost to the blues. now the sharks head to colorado for tonight's showdown with the avalanche. >> construction continues on the 49ers new stadium in santa clara. and the team has already sold three- quarters of the seats. fans and corporations have bought 403-million- dollars face worth of tickets. the nners require fans to buy seat licenses that cost between two-thousand and 80-thousand-dollars per season. and then purchase season tickets that cost 850 to 3,750 dollars each year. the total cost to build the new stadium is one point two billion dollars. kron 4's dan kerman shows us how the new stadium is quickly coming alo
, south san jose, our weather watcher steve, santa cruz nice as well. we're in the 50s and 60s outside currently. we still have enough of a sea breeze which is keeping temperatures from getting too warm. until these winds are more out of the northeast and warmup really holds off and you're going to spring forward an hour. we're going to move the clocks forward as we lose sleep and get an extra hour of sunlight. it's going to be nice towards the middle of next week. high clouds looking at there from north to south. high pressure is building in and it's acting like a wall for all of the specific moisture. that's going to head up towards sail, not just tomorrow but very likely all the way through friday. and this is going to be the dry air aloft, dry towards sea level, some 70s out there today and tomorrow. the most warming we see will come tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. hour by hour tonight into tomorrow morning, notice thanks to that moderate sea breeze near the coast, a sign we're not going to warm up, as the winds shift late are into the new week, that's going to leave temperatures
currently in the upper 50s. low 60s san jose. oakland at 62 degrees. the winds are slight out of the northwest at 8 miles per hour. what a difference a day makes when those howling winds were relentless yesterday and last night. today with the lack of a wind, upper 60s in santa rosa above average. typically we are in the 60s around the peninsula and that's what we realized today. san jose about 2 to 3 degrees below average. 68 degrees common from fairfield through discovery bay. tonight over my, no clouds. temperatures still cold. 35 santa rosa, 34 degrees towards sonoma. upper 30s napa. low and mid-40s common around the almaden valley through mountain view through palo alto. this is the scene towards the coast where official sundown tonight is at 6:11. we'll have those cool temperatures overnight. tomorrow a play date, plan outdoor activities with the bright sunshine, mild temperatures and certainly some beach weather to come. in fact, santa cruz tomorrow, 70 degrees. your rip current risk remains moderate. the winds out of the northw
, wednesday and thursday. tri valley locations, areas south of san jose, you will see temperatures out of the 70s. wednesday afternoon we could get close to 80 in morgan hill and maybe around sunol and pleasanton. with high pressure around, not talking about storm systems, but a bit of a sea breeze tomorrow morning will bring patchy coastal clouds around the peninsula and coastline. as the winds turn offshore, middle part of the week, that's when temperatures vault up. for the morning, 30s and 40s outside. the sun will be rising a bit later in the school. as you take the kids to school, watch for the difference in the sunrise. you can see temperatures around tri valley, upper 60s to low 70s. in line with what we had today. still fairly cool for san francisco. 62. there you see the north winds, out in the north bay, those numbers in the low 70s. not much change into monday. few low 70s inland. tuesday, wednesday, thursday we will see temperatures climbing on up. livermore, mid 70s, maybe close do 80 in the warmest places. heading towards next weekend, cooling, some clouds, but really no
. it was also in the mid- and high 60s east of the bay and inland. 64 in san jose averaging a couple of degrees below normal for this time of the year. bottoming out at 41 degrees in almaden valley, otherwise mid- 50s common across the central bay. cooler north of the golden gate bridge. 30s and 40s. 30s toward the delta. this is the scene at the coast now, sunset, with starry skies tonight. bright sunshine for your sunday so plan outdoor activities and mild temperatures, certainly some beach weather. pick city tomorrow santa cruz 70 degrees. moderate risk of pretty hazardous riptides and rip currents. the winds out of the northwest an offshore flow 10 to 15. high pressure right here building in very quickly with the departure of our area of low pressure that dumped rainfall here on thursday night. now we have high pressure staying put for the next several days. we'll call it a stagnant weather pattern and as a result we're not seeing any kind of raindrops in our forecast. we're talking numbers going up. 64 degrees in san francisco, well above a
. and a around 40 in the san jose. mid 40's by the bay and looking nice and the south bay with upper 60s and low 70's. santa clara. the same formal pieces and the almaden valley concord, walnut creek 70's in oakland. watch as they climb. the wednesday will be the warmest day. a few extra clouds by saturday. >> construction continues on the 49ers new stadium in santa clara. and the team has already sold three- quarters of the seats. fans and corporations have bought 403-million- dollars worth of tickets. the new stadium requires fans to buy seats that cost between two-thousand and 80-thousand-dollars. and then purchase season tickets that cost 850 to 3,750 dollars each year. the total cost to build the new stadium is one point two billion dollars. we're just 70 days away from this $1.2 billion project is under construction for 11 months. >> the electricity and it does not take a lot of imagination to see what this is going to look like. it is really come a long way. >> the project executive to amuse media on the tour. >> we can see concrete, steel work and plumbers, masons, sheet rock the interio
row >> i've come to tall one balancing - park station. people in san jose after a thousand people a day a thousand days that's one million people dropped off into traffic. that's unacceptable that's one every 3 a and a half years. also another problem 2 hundred people try to cross geneva avenue everyday. the cars leon on both sides of the street 2 thousand people r. and someone's going to get killed. it's a low priority. in the meantime, you're studying 70 millions and 60 millions for student traffic. it might cost 3 hundred thousands to serve traffic across the avenue. in the meantime someone's going to get killed there. i want you to reexam your priority. people have just as right as much to safety >> david. >> david again two items on general public comment. regarding shelters i have spoken about the new shelters and those locations don't have muni signs. again, i would ask if i could follow-up what the new contradiction is for the new shelters and including high volume park station on 19th and the other street don't have muni shelters. and i understand there's a special spri
: you're watching "today in the bay." >>> good morning. looking live at san jose. and it is a dark starts to this morning, as the planes line up to the airport. >>> i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. we've sprung forward, so we're back in the dark. >> we'll see the skies give us a little extra sunlighted, sunset. 7:15 in the evening. 30s and 40s outside. so you don't want to be like me. you want to take a jacket as you go outside. mostly clear skies, except on the coast, patchy low fogs. inland, not too bad, upper 60s to low 70s tomorrow. middle part of the week, we're talking upper 70s on wednesday. early taste of spring coming your way for the middle part of the week. >> is that why you're not wearing a jacket? >> something like that. >> thank you very much, rob. >>> three people are dead, another seriously hurt this morning after a crash in daley city. it happened near the intersection of terrace view court and east moore avenue around 8:15 last night. firefighters managed to pull the victims from one of the mangled cars, but three died at the scene. the fourt
. sunday highs and warm folks up a few more degrees. look at 72 for gilroy. 68 for san jose, 66 for milpitas. at the coast still keep temperatures in the upper 50s to right near 60 degrees. 70 for los altos and palo alto, 68 degrees. san francisco in the mid-60s. sunset district near 60 degrees north bay, some of those downsloping winds, temperatures will start to warm in the 70s. 70 for sonoma. on the east bay, hayward, 65. 68 for oakland and check out further inland you go from concord to 70. pittsburg 70. seven-day forecast, wonderful conditions sunday and monday and would you look at that warm forecast for tuesday and wednesday. the warmest days of next week in the mid-70s and we'll start to trend downwards friday and saturday. and great weather resource, follow live doppler 7-hd rain or shine and get power outage information and what a treat from your favorite weather team. >> ama: shu is here with sports. >> a little basketball. warriors hosting milwaukee at oracle. mike dunlevy is back in the house and monta would love to be with his team. he had 14 in the first half. war
. here's a look at the highs tomorrow. morgan hill, 70. 70, los gatos. 68, san jose, riff city, 66. palo alto, 68. we'll floor clear sky . in downtown dan francisco, 64. north bay, 72. oakland tomorrow, just a nice day, with 68 degrees there union city, 67. interior beast -- east bay. 72. pleasanton 70. sunset tomorrow is 7:13, enjoy it. as we head into monday, check out tuesday, wednesday, feels like spring. going to with temperatures in the mid-70s. inland was around 70 degrees near the bay, and 60s at the coast, and by the way abc7 has another great weather resource for you followed at live doppler 7 hd, follow us on twitter for the latest conditions, rain or shine, video forecasts, weather alerts, poweroutage information. >> ama: feets like spring and baseball. >> mike: world baseball classic good full swing, today with canada and mexico. these two teams had a disagreement which escal >> mike: sharking hosting st. louis in a matinee. st. louis gave them the blues scoring one more in overtime for the victory. >> patrick marleau setting the tone early. ouch. second period, sharks on t
. slightly below average in san jose but that's okay. tomorrow should be spot on. 30s and 40s for overnight lows. lots of clear skies with the new moon. here is the bottom line. your weather headlines tonight. overnight, clear skies. tomorrow official sunup at 7:29 with daylight saving time beginning. lets's call it beach weather. here is my pick city for tomorrow, santa cruz. and the weather will get warmer because right here we have high pressure building in. it's diverting this storm track well into the pacific northwest and into british columbia. i'm calling it march madness, several days of 70s to be seen. tomorrow's high going up to 70s in throughout cara linda, green bray, santa rosa, upper 60s in the trivalley. upper 60s around the peninsula. the warmest day coming up will be on wednesday. that's when we'll peak into the mid-and high 70s away from the bay and into our inland areas. your thursday we begin to cool ever so slightly with a few clouds that will roll into the vicinity. then full on sunshine on saturday and as we were alluding to earlier, tonight overnight is when you have
. he's solid, confident, it shows. >> to the west st. louis, san jose, sharks with a 3-1 lead, but vladimir took over. then it's boca again. basically the same spot. first career hat trick. game tied 3-3. we go to overtime. and in the extra session it's patrick burgland, the redirect. he wins it for the blues. his 12th of the year. st. louis 4-3 over
to santa clara to san jose. we can act regionally with our data and we can join and continue to be in the great city of san francisco. so, i want to thank all of the people, all of the different starting up companies here and those that are inventing with us, thank them for celebrating innovation month in such a exemplary way. and i think we're going to have a lot more to announce before this month is out, including on our way to the world series. thank you very much. (applause)
't have a problem. >> before i became a consul ant i was with city of san jose antigraffiti for 10 year. we ended up with over 3,400 graffiti volunteers. that's a big number. and the number of -- first of all, we did a good job training them and we made sure that if there were -- that they knew if there was anything out there, somebody watching them or a gang area, a gang tag, we didn't want them dealing with that. they he should call it into our staff and we'll take care of it for them. we had absolutely zero in 10 years issues with liability, none, not one. not only that's correct but we put every volunteer on our city's workers' compensation program, every single one. so, if there was a problem they were covered under the city's workers' comp program. and we had zero claims. and then we also inherited an antilitter program. we had over 14,000 antilitter volunteers. they weren't using the chemicals or anything like that, but we had same thing, no problems, no complaints, no liability issues at all. and we only gave solvent to adults. we didn't give solvents to any minors. and we made
, oakland, alameda, berkeley. 64 in san jose, a couple of degrees below average but going up for your sunday. warm spot, 73 in napa, sonoma and glen ellen. we still have the top tier tights, the main lights of the bay bridge still off at this hour. kpix 5 looking into that problem, but the deck lights here, the decorations of the new bay bridge, those lights are lit. currently in oakland, with clear skies. pretty mild outdoors right now. the winds are on the flat side. these temperatures will be dropping into the 30's and 40's once again. 35 in santa rosa. willow glen, right around 42. 45 by berkeley. tonight, clear skies and cool temps. tomorrow morning, it's the return to daylight saving time. so therefore official sunup is at 7:29. it's going to pan out to be a warmer day. the extended forecast calls for above-normal temperatures and absolutely beach weather. bam! santa cruz, 70 degrees. offshore wind up to about 15. meanwhile, we do have our storm track. it's taking a huge curve up and around the ridge of high pressure, taking a
to insure that the park near san jose would stay open only to find out the money was there. all of the major donors have dried up. and the cent parks slated for closure are open for now. volunteers wonder if there would be the same generosity if the call for help would be there. >> we have to say watch what we do and watch the fixes we put in place and learn from the trust that we tried to put in place for you. regular state-wide audits and new leadership in the top. but the former park representative may not be off of the hook. there is an investigation that could result in criminal charges. in san francisco, claudia cowan fox news. >> one thing most of you need to do before you go to bed. get used to looking at the oud of the white house unless you run for president or get invited to joinn him there. >> as we reported on that hour. i am life tweeting inside of the fox report with a question. would you pay for acess to the people's house to get in there? we'll be right back . hey, our salads. [ bop ] [ bop ] [ bop ] you can do that all you want, i don't like v8 juice. [ male announcer ] how
population in the san jose. >> cardinals celebrate mass before beginning the conclave to elect a new pope. i'm randall pinkston in vatican city with the story coming up. >> and the gun control debate continues. a big response to a gun buyback and a new bill that may let one community decide the fate of gun shows. >> it's 7:30 on march 10th. i'm anne makovec. we're going to be sitting down with state senator mark leno. >> boom time in san francisco as the entire bay area really makes this super bowl bid. we'll hear from mayors present and past on that. >> and, plus, we're going to be taking a look at the key part of the east bay span that got put in on the bridge. the cardinals in the vatican will begin the process of selecting a new pope. >> at this point, there's no clear front runner. let's go to randall pinkston joining us from vatican city. good morning, randall. >> reporter: good morning, anne. the cardinals have been engaged in all kinds of matters, talking about changes, management, and the
the aids memorial workshop was. that as it turns out was one of the first movie theaters in san francisco, the jose theater built in 1910. the building itself, i think relative to your question, is fairly indistinguished. it's a generic building of its time, but the social aspect of, you know, the importance of the aids crisis and san francisco's response to it through the quilt i think is incredibly significant to, to memorialize. now, of course, that building right now is katz restaurant. there is very little reference on the interior to the workshop and what was done there. the owner has been great. he displays quilt panels in the foyer of the restaurant at all times. but i do think we need some kind of program to identify on the building because no one would know the building, per se. but i do think we need to identify these places of culture and social interaction. so, i know there's been a lot of work on buildings in the gay community, the historical buildings of the gay community [speaker not understood] and things like that. >> thank you very much. >>> thank you. >> supervisor bre
for regional benefit. we are along the border from san jose. it stands to benefit wah as well as the region. we have the most important economies in the world. this building, this facility and this team and this team are a regional asset to the economy. to bring the super bowl here would be a regional effort with regional benefits. we are excited about it and happy to participate and looking forward to our hotels, restaurants, facilities for people who are visiting san francisco and santa clara and other cities around the area. super bowl 50, i don't care, we'll take either one. we have a great team put together to make that happen. it will take a lot of collaboration and we in san jose as well as san francisco and santa clara are committed to making it happen. [ applause ] so i'm daniel to committee chair, thank you mayor lee, he approached me and said we have to shine a light on san francisco and the entire bay area. the next call were to mayor matthews, mayor read, we also have officials from oakland. this is going to take a unified approach. we are up against a very tough competitors and
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